Why Should You Consider Chinese Medicine?
Chinese medicine’s diagnosis is of your total heath, not just your obvious symptoms. In Chinese medicine the ‘constitutional diagnosis’ identifies the aspects of your systems that are struggling, and using acupuncture and herbs, works to bring your whole body back towards optimal health.
In combination with the constitutional diagnosis your treatment will include targeted acupoints that relate specifically to the disharmonies that are affecting your uro-genital, sexual and/or reproductive function.
Chinese Medicine Addresses the Stresses of Modern Life
The levels of electro-magnetic influence in modern city life are massive: all our devices and computers and the omnipresent WiFi which powers them mean that we are all in a constant field of electronic energy.
Diet also has a fundamental influence on our sexual, reproductive and urogenital functions, and add to this the culture of sitting, desk jockeys that most of us are, the commuting we do, the constant on-the-go pressure that many of us are under – all of these things add up to putting strain on our physiology.
It’s often a case of not just one thing, but the culmination of all the little things that add up to the stresses of modern life.
Stress Relief for Greater Sexual Energy
Chinese medicine seeks to understand your stressors and how they are affecting you, and to then devise a treatment plan for your acupuncture, possibly in conjunction with Chinese herbs. Treatment may also offer you guidelines for diet & exercise to help you to develop a healthier approach to your daily life.
All of this will help to relieve the constant stresses that you are under, and will help to enhance your sense of vitality and well-being – essential to a vibrant sexual energy.
We also may use the Chinese treatment methods of moxibustion and cupping as part of treatment. The acupuncture needles are very fine, and it really does not hurt. The acu-needles are about 30 times thinner than a needle that is used for taking blood or giving injections.
You can read more about acupuncture by clicking on ‘Traditional Acupuncture’ on the top tool bar of the linked page. The British Acupuncture Council Fact Sheets also give more details.